OneSize by Origins Architects | Dezeen
Dutch practice Origins Architects have designed this office in Amsterdam for motion graphic designers Onesize, incorporating a row of free-standing timber arches over a meeting table. The polygon starts as a solid form and then breaks down into a series of ribs, creating both fully and partially enclosed spaces. This timber shape subdivides the office,
Wooden screens divide TBWA/Lisbon offices by ColectivArquitectura
Slatted timber panels break up spaces in this concrete-lined offices for an advertising agency in Lisbon by local studio ColectivArquitectura.
Hiroki Tominaga Atelier use old pallets for Tokyo office
Over 100 wooden transport pallets were broken down to create floorboards, wall coverings and furniture for a temporary office space in Tokyo
Wiesergut Hotel by Gogl & Partners Architekten
Gogl & Partners Architekten have designed the Wiesergut Hotel located in the valley of Hinterglemm, Austria. The hotel’s architecture highlights its i
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Deus ex Machina (god from the machine) roared into Australia’s cultural consciousness in 2006, with some neatly customised motorcycles and a quaint notion that doing something is more fun than just owning something. The Deus philosophy recalls an era before the various pursuits of fun – motorcycling, surfing, skateboarding, whatever – were divided into fundamentalist factions.
Spice it Up: 5 Fast-Casual Restaurants Put Design on the Menu
These fast-casual restaurants put design on the menu.